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Ohio court: Tigers' owner can visit seized animals

FILE – In this April 4, 2015, file photo, Kenny Hetrick, owner of Tiger Ridge Exotics, holds stuffed toy animals as he speaks to visitors at an Easter egg hunt fundraiser in Stony Ridge, Ohio. Hetrick, who is fighting the state for the return of his tigers and other exotic animals, will be allowed to see some of the animals. A state appeals court said the owner and his veterinarian will be allowed to examine the animals that were sent to a South Dakota sanctuary and later removed from there because of neglect. (AP Photo/Mike Householder, File) Source: The Associated Press

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio owner of tigers, bears and other exotic animals seized by the state will be allowed to examine the ones that were sent to a South Dakota sanctuary then later relocated because of neglect

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